Take it to the garage and have them check for a cracked rotor or a loose caliper.
The pumping and releasing of brakes by the unit is brake pressure modulation
Be pointless. The point of anti-lock brakes it to effectively "pump" the brakes for you.
Stop the car in a pulsating manner.
Pumping brakes can help restore pressure to the brake calipers temporarily. But this method wont work if the vehicle is equipped with ABS, or anti-lock brakes. Usually, down shifting will help slow the vehicle down, but not stop completely.
Gently pumping your brakes.
try spitting on the front rotors. This helped and my brakes are like new
Loose wheel; brake problems; bad bearing; something else? Whatever it is it's serious. Check it right away.Answerthe thumping you hear are the potholes you drive over and drp into that's why you don't hear it when you press the brakes.
Probably either from air in the lines or the master cylinder leaking and in need of repair before the brakes go out entirely. To tell the difference, if you pump up the brakes and hold pressure on the peddle and it stays up and then you let off of the peddle and it goes down, it is probably air, bleed the brakes. If after pumping up the brakes and holding pressure it slowly leaks down, you are either losing fluid somewhere or the master cylinder internal seals are bad, fix them before the brakes are gone when you need them.
Bad Ball Joint
Because you possibly had a leak and kept pumping till most of the fluid ran out .
go for an alignement
No, they use air pressure or actually the lack of air pressure to stop the vehicle. The brakes are fully on until pressure builds up in the tank releasing the brakes. When you push the brake pedal this removes air from the system and applies the brakes.
I would check brakes,shocks,and powersteering pump. I would check brakes,shocks,and powersteering pump.
Start pumping it first then go about bleeding the break fluid
HA NO BRAKES!!!!
Pumping gently will reduce friction, produce less heat and help the brakes last a little longer. This procedure is not recommended if you have a truck with air operated brakes.
Why are you pumping the brakes? That light means there is a problem with the brake system. Check the fluid level and if it is ok, take it to a professional. It can be many things that need to be done. Air in the system, low fluid level, etc.
faulty master brake system
False. If you have anti-lock brakes, just press firmly on your brake pedal and the computer will take over. Do not pump the brake pedal.
if when changing brake pads there is air in the system, improperly installed pads, the air in the lines expand increasing pressure on the pad. bleeding the brakes solves this problem.
Loose rear lug-nuts, bad wheel bearings, worn suspension bushings/struts, bent control arm, loose/damaged brakes.
Press brakes with firm, hard pressure.
place pressure on the pedal with your foot (preferably)
The brakes will remain on, air pressure is required to release the brakes
Pneumatic means "air pressure". AFAIK there are no pneumatic Bicycle brakes.